- 3. iMovie Import
- 3.1 iMovie formats
- 3.2 iMovie Converter
- 3.3 AVI to iMovie
- 3.4 WMV to iMovie
- 3.5 MTS/M2TS to iMovie
- 3.6 MPG/MPEG to iMovie
- 3.7 MP4 to iMovie
- 3.8 YouTube to iMovie
- 3.9 M4V to iMovie
- 3.10 AVCHD to iMovie
- 3.11 MOV to iMovie
- 3.12 JVC MOD to iMovie
- 3.13 QuickTime to iMovie
- 3.14 Camera to iMovie
- 3.15 3GP to iMovie
- 3.16 H.264 to iMovie
- 3.17 MKV to iMovie
- 3.18 ASF to iMovie
- 3.19 DIVX to iMovie
- 3.20 XVID to iMovie
- 3.21 VOB to iMovie
- 3.22 BDMV to iMovie
- 3.23 iMovie MP4 to DVD
- 4. iMovie Export
Anyone knows how to convert VOB files from DVD to a format iMovie can recognize?
VOB files usually exist on DVD discs, or are downloaded from movie sharing sites. When you put a commercial DVD disc and home DVD disc, you'll see lots of VOB files there. Besides VOB files, you'll also find IFO and BUP files inside the Video_TS folder. However, only VOB files contain the real DVD movies.
Convert VOB to iMovie Supported Format on Mac OS X (El Capitan)
Previously, you can try to create an disk image file with VOB files by using Disk Utility and then import .dmg image to iMovie as camera. Actually, that is a workaround. But it doesn't work anymore. To import your local VOB files or VOB files from DVD discs to iMovie, the easiest way is to convert VOB to iMovie compatible format with a VOB converter software. Here I highly recommend this professional yet easy-to-use video converter - iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe. It lets you convert VOB files to iMovie in a few clicks. An iMovie preset is included for easy access. See how below about converting VOB files to iMovie format.
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How to Convert VOB Files to iMovie Supported Format on Mac OS X El Capitan
Open Finder, and then locate and drag the VIDEO_TS folder containing your VOB files to this VOB to iMovie video converter. All movie titles or just the main movie (depending settings in the Preferences) will appear in the item try. To combine all VOB files, just check the Merge option at bottom of the user interface.
The format tray locates in the middle of the window. Go to the Editing category and click "iMovie" to set it as the output format. By selecting the "iMovie" preset, you needn't to adjust the video settings like video format, video resolution, frame rate and more by yourself.
By the way, if you want to only import parts of the DVD movie into iMovie for further editing, you can trim the very parts before iMovie VOB files conversion. To do so, directly click the Edit button on the VOB video you want to edit. In the Adjust tab of the open up window, click the Add trim marker button to add markers to the play bar and then drag the markers to set the start point and end point. When done, close the window to save the result.
This VOB files to iMovie converter will convert VOB files rapidly, preserving 100% original quality. When finished, the output file is ready for being imported to iMovie for editing. All iMovie versions are supported, including iMovie '11, iMovie '09, iMovie '08, and iMovie HD.
Finally, launch iMovie. In iMovie, go to the File menu, choose Import > Movies, and then navigate to the folder that your output VOB files are saved. Select the files and click "Import". The default folder for the output files is /Users/YOURHOME/Movies/iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe. This folder can be changed to any folder you want by the Output option at bottom.
Optional: Online VOB to iMovie Converter
You can also try online video converter to convert your VOB files to iMovie supported format, if you don't want to install a computer program. Try it below:
Tips: Why Convert VOB to iMovie?
When you try to import VOB to iMovie for editing, you'll find out that all VOB files in the Video_TS folder are just greyed out. That's because VOB is not supported by iMovie. To edit VOB files in iMovie (no matter iMovie HD, iMovie 08, iMovie 09, or iMovie 11), you have to convert VOB files to iMovie friendly format first. iMovie supports MOV, M4V and AVI with M-JPEG encoded.